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Grid applications in EELA. José Manuel Gutiérrez Universidad de Cantabria IBERGRID Conference Santiago de Compostela, 14-16.05.2007. OUTLINE. The EELA Project EELA Applications Biomed HEP E-Learning Climate. AIMS.

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grid applications in eela

Grid applications in EELA

José Manuel Gutiérrez

Universidad de Cantabria

IBERGRID Conference

Santiago de Compostela, 14-16.05.2007

outline
OUTLINE
  • The EELA Project
  • EELA Applications
    • Biomed
    • HEP
    • E-Learning
    • Climate

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AIMS

BUILD A BRIDGE BETWEEN CONSOLIDATED E-INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVES IN EUROPE AND EMERGING ONES IN LATIN AMERICAREINFORCE COLLABORATION BETWEEN LATIN AMERICA AND EUROPE

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partners
PARTNERS

Italy: INFN

Portugal: LIP

Spain: CIEMAT, CSIC, Red.ES, UC, UPV

CERN

  • 10 Countries
  • 21 Partners

Argentina: UNLP

Brazil: CEDERJ, RNP, UFF, UFRJ

Chile:REUNA, UDEC, UTFSM

Cuba:CUBAENERGIA

Mexico:UNAM

Peru:SENAMHI

Venezuela:ULA

CLARA

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the eela e infrastructure
THE EELA e-INFRASTRUCTURE

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work package 4 status
WORK PACKAGE 4 STATUS
  • 15 TUTORIALS: More than 1200 participants·days delivered so far in 2006!
    • For grid users (total # of participants: 300)
      • Madrid - Spain (20-22 February 2006)
      • Merida - Venezuela (27-29 April 2006)
      • Itacuruçá - Brazil (26-28 June 2006)
      • Mexico City - Mexico (28-30 August 2006)
      • Santiago de Chile (6-7 September 2006)
      • Madrid – Spain (16-18 October 2006)
      • Merida – Spain (7-9 November 2006)
      • La Plata – Argentina (11-12 December 2006)
      • Bogota – Colombia (6-7 March 2007)
    • For grid system administrators (total # of participants: 160)
      • Madrid - Spain (20-24 February 2006)
      • Itacuruçá - Brazil (26-30 June 2006)
      • Mexico City - Mexico (28 August - 01 September 2006)
      • Madrid – Spain (19-20 October 2006)
      • Itacuruçá - Brazil (29 November-01 December 2006)
      • Bogota – Colombia (6-9 March 2007)

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work package 4 status1
WORK PACKAGE 4 STATUS
  • 1st EELA GRID SCHOOL. – Itacuruçá - Brazil (4 -15 December 2006)
    • Training for “gridification” of new applications to be run on EELA infrastructure (23 participants): 7/8 applications gridified
      • Climate applications, proposed by UC-SP, SENAMHI-PE and UDEC-CL (EELA applications)
      • Dist Simulation of Multiple Events, proposed by UNESP-BR, UNICAMP-BR and USP-BR (non-EELA application)
      • EMBOSS, proposed by UNAM-MX (non-EELA application)
      • LEMDist, proposed by UNAM-MX (EELA application)
      • LMS in Grid Env, EELA application proposed by CITMATEL-CU (non-EELA partner) and CUBAENERGIA-CU (EELA partner)
      • SATyrus, proposed by UFRJ-BR (EELA application)
      • SegHidro, proposed by UFCG-BR (non-EELA application)
      • VoD, proposed by UFRJ-BR and CEDERJ-BR (EELA application)

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the applications
The Applications

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WORK PACKAGE 3

WP3: Identification and support of Grid enhanced applications

Coordinated by CIEMAT

Identifies, selects and customizes relevant applications and tools suitable for the Grid dissemination process in:

T3.1 Biomedicine (CUBAENERGIA, ULA, UPV)

T3.2 High Energy Physics (CERN, CIEMAT, UFRJ, UNAM, UNLP, UTFSM)

T3.3 Additional Applications

e-Education (CECIERJ/CEDERJ, CIEMAT, CUBAENERGIA, UFRJ, UNAM)

Climate (UC, UDEC, SENAMHI)

Aims at being the place of information exchange between already gridified applications and future ones.

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STRUCTURE

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biomed
Biomed

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GATE

  • The interest of the LA community is leaded by CUBAENERGÍA
    • It is focused towards two main oncological problems:
      • Thyroid Cancer.
      • Treatment of Metastasis with P32.
    • 9 centers in Cuba are interested (5 Hospitals and 4 Oncological Centers and Institutions)
  • Installed in several EELA sites, including Cuba

with a local grid

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WISDOM

  • WISDOM can be executed on the EELA grid infrastructure.
    • UPV already participated in previous data challenge on Malaria and Avian Flu.
  • An Experiment was prepared jointly by UPV and ULA.
    • Two targets were accepted in Plasmodium vivax Malaria in the WISDOM data challenge-II
    • One has been completely docked (100%) in the EELA infrastructure
  • Next Steps will be:
    • Dock the second target
    • Analyze the first target
    • Inclusion of new targetsin new data challenges.

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BiG

  • Users access the service through a Web Portal (CeCalcULA)
  • Access to the EELA Grid is performed through the Gate-to-Grid.
  • Gate-to-Gridis an EELA Grid Node which provides a WSRF-Based Web Interface.
  • Security with MyProxy server
  • Study on the complete genome of the Plasmodium falciparum for the identification of DHFR antigenic proteins

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PHYLOGENY

  • A Phylogeny is a Reconstruction of the Evolutionary History of a Group of Organisms.
  • Applications: Gene Function Prediction, Drug Discovery and Conservation Biology.
  • Interest of the LA Community
    • ULA is Leading the Interest in the LA.
    • A Grid Service is being Developedto Run a Parallel Version ofMrBayes from the Bioinformatics Portal.
  • Successful tests with a paralell

MrBayes vesion in a Grid-service

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HEP

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ALICE

  • Initial applications
    • ALICE

To study the physics of strongly interacting matter at extreme energy densities, where the formation of a new phase of matter, the quark-gluon plasma, is expected.

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alice in eela
ALICE IN EELA
  • Three groups
    • INFN-Catania
    • CIEMAT
    • UNAM
  • Four resource centres set up for ALICE jobs
    • INFN-Catania
    • CIEMAT Madrid
    • CIEMAT Trujillo
    • UNAM
  • Participating in data challenges
  • Working on jobs of direct interest to EELA partners

A total of 59000 jobs done on EELA sites

Submission of ALICE Grid jobs from Latin America

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LHCb

  • Initial applications
    • LHCb

To full investigate the CP violation in the Bd and Bs systems,

to possibly renew the new physics beyond the standard model.

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lhcb in eela
LHCb IN EELA
  • One group
    • UFRJ
  • Three resource centers support LHCb
    • INFN-Catania
    • CIEMAT
    • UFRJ
  • In Data Challenge: Package of 500 events every 20h, 0.5Gb in size, negligible impact on network.

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NEW HEP APPLICATIONS

  • Applications of interest to EELA partners and other communities in Latin America
    • Other LHC applications
      • ATLAS
        • CIEMAT, UFRJ, UNLP and UTFSM
      • CMS
        • CIEMAT and LA participants in EELA member countries, but no EELA partner from LA…
    • New projects
      • Pierre Auger Observatory
        • INFN-Catania, LIP, UFRJ, UNAM, and UNLP

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e learning
e-Learning

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VoD

  • Storage servers are running on the storage elements
  • Multimedia server continues to manage requests
  • Video streams continues to be sent to clients (UDP)
  • Backup of classes stored on the grid

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LEMDist

  • Planed Services
    • Access to distributed computer enhanced instrumentation
    • Remote access to simulation and modelation capabilities with high performance computing support
    • Interactive visualization
    • Distributed data analysis with access to data base systems
    • Experiment repository system.

NMR

Food Engineering

cns_solve

Electrophoresis

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cugfl
CuGfl
  • Based on Moodle
  • Course management system to produce web-based courses that support a social constructionist framework of education

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SATyrus

SATyrus:

  • SATisfiability-based, neuro-symbolic architecture;
  • Exact formulation synthesizer.
  • Airport Management (surface)

Target Problem, e.g., colouring

Constraints Modeling

SATyrus compiler

Energy Function

Optimizer, e.g., stochastic HONNs

Global/Local optima

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PILP

Observations

Model: first order clauses

Background

knowledge

Constraints

Language bias

  • Use of Inductive Logic Programming to extract relevant knowledge from structured data

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climate
Climate

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CLIMATE CHALLENGE

Goal:Predict Local Impacts of “El Niño” in Latin America

A challenging problem for the climate community, with huge socio-economical impact in Latin America.

GRID helps toshare computing resources, heterogeneous data, as well as know-how in a user-friendly form.

A newintegrated climate application developed in EELA from the scratch, with no similar counterpart in any other Earth Science/Climate EU Project.

Anomalous heating

Anomalous cooling

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CLIMATE APPLICATIONS

Three applications have been identified (climate sequence):

Global atmospheric circulation model (CAM)……..

Regional weather model (WRF) …………………….

Datamining clustering tools (SOM) …………………

This sequence poses several computational challenges

Nontrivial dependent relationships among the applications.

This sequence of jobs demands middleware solutionsfor:

Preparing and submitting dependent jobs / data sharing (workflow).

Restarting interrupted experiments.

Manage metadata (for datasets and application status).

Deployed !

Deployed !

Work in progress

Input

SE

WRF (job 1)

CAM

1 year = 2 CPU days

1-10 GB

SOM

WRF (job 2)

Sea Surface

Temperature

SOM

WRF (job n)

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CURRENT STATUS

Using GENIUS to interact with the applications (CAM+WRF)

In the future a climate specific portal will be developed (JSR168) to run and track scientific experiments.

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other applications volcano sonifications
Other ApplicationsVolcano Sonifications

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VOLCANO SONIFICATIONS

  • Currently no definitive method to predict the eruption of a volcano has been discovered or implemented (yet)
  • Some of the calculations have been performed in the EELA e-Infrastructure.

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EGRIS-1

T3.3 Applications have been ported to the Grid in

EGRIS-1 Itacuruça (Brazil) 04-16/12/2006

But also new ones:

EMBOSS

SegHidro

Distributed Simulation of MultipleFailure Events on Optical Networks

GENECODIS

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EGRIS-2

EGRIS-2 Mérida (Venezuela)

30/07-10/08/2007

THE CALL IS OPEN!

http://indico.eu-eela.org/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=90

Or just look for “egris-2” in Google…

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Contacts

WP3 contacts

Vicente Hernández (Biomed)

vhernand@dsic.upv.es

Lukas Nellen (HEP)

lukas@nucleares.unam.mx

Inês Dutra (e-Learning)

ines@dcc.fc.up.pt

José Manuel Gutiérrez (Climate)

manuel.gutierrez@unican.es

Rafael Mayo

rafael.mayo@ciemat.es

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Thanks for your attention!

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